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Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure Coming To Mansfield

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/18/2014

The snow will melt away and summer will return, and when it does, it will bring the 26th annual Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure to Mansfield.

The week-long event starts Saturday June 14 with 2,500 cyclists from across Ohio and the country converging on the Richland County Fairgrounds. They will participate in a bicycle parade and opening ceremonies, with the tour starting Sunday and taking all week.

Mansfield will be the starting and ending point for the bike tour, which will go to Orrville, Coshocton, Mt. Vernon, and Bucyrus.

The event is expected to pump good money into the area's economy with bicyclists and their families paying for food, lodging, and so on.

To participate in the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure, or to learn more about it in general, go to its website www.goba.com.

   
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